What’s the one MUSCLE you can workout every day, and you don’t need weights or even a gym membership for that matter? It’s not your abs! It’s not your legs! It’s not your arms! It’s your MINDSET, and YES, your mindset is a muscle. All you need is a pen and paper, and ten minutes of uninterrupted…

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Increasing lean muscle mass—already known to be important to fight frailty with aging (a condition called sarcopenia)—may also help protect against diabetes. A new study reports that every additional 10% of skeletal muscle mass was associated with an 11% reduction in insulin resistance and a 12% lower risk of transitional, prediabetes or diabetes. “While we…

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Fitness is considered to be a reliable objective marker of habitual physical activity, and body mass index (BMI) is widely accepted as a measure of overall obesity. Duck-chul Lee, from the University of South Carolina at Columbia (South Carolina, USA), and colleagues explored the independent and combined associations of changes in fitness as estimated from…

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Weight Loss Success Coach Jay Nixon shows you how you can get a great shoulder workout at home. Please free to use this content on this site as long as help spread the word about Nixon Elite. Use the following link with article for my consent to use the content. http://nixonelite.com

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If you need a quick and intense cardio blast, you gotta try this workout.  Interval Superset on the Elliptical Trainer!!! Step onto the elliptical trainer and begin striding Set to Quick Start – make no adjustments to the ramp Set the resistance at a minimum of 10 – 12.  If you weigh over 200lbs., set…

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Jump start your metabolism with a 15 minute workout! A little exercise can go a long way.  Just 15 minutes of weight training can help flatten your stomach, say researchers from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville.  They found that performing a single set of a 10-exercise circuit boosted metabolism as much as 3 sets of the…

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Adolescent obesity is linked to severe obesity in adulthood, according to the results of a prospective cohort study reported in the November 10 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association. “Although the prevalence of obesity has increased in recent years, individuals who are obese early in life have not been studied over time to…

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